Nov 6, 2010 11:08pm
Re: Grateful Dead played one Thanksgiving Day Show -- Nov 23, 1978
I love this one...great Bobby McGee.
Doug Sahm & Friends
Armadillo World Headquarters
23 November 1972
01. Hi-Heel Sneakers
02. Honky Tonk Angel
03. Closin' Time
04. Me & Bobby McGee
05. Stormy Monday
06. That's Alright, Mama
07. Come On Into My Kitchen
08. T for Texas
09. Mr. Tambourine Man
10. (Is Anybody Goin' To) San Antone
- tape cut
11. Sugarfoot Rag
12. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
13. Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
14. Today I Started Loving You Again
15. Columbus Stockade Blues
16. Honky Tonkin'
01. Orange Blossom Special
02. Kentucky Waltz
03. Big Boss Man
05. Lonely Lonely Nights / Shake A Hand (last lines)
06. Hey Bo Diddley / Announcement
07. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (beg. cut - Leon vocals)
08. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (Leon vocals)
09. Wild Horses (Leon vocals)
10. Slippin' Into Christmas (Leon vocals)
11. Money Honey (Jerry vocal)
13. Roll Over Beethoven > Good Golly Miss Molly > Roll Over Beethoven
Doug Sahm - vocals, guitar, fiddle
Jerry Garcia - vocals, steel guitar, guitar
Phil Lesh - bass
Bill Kreutzmann - drums
Leon Russell - vocals, piano
Mary Egan - fiddle
***Lineage: "Dick's version" Master (reel) - DAT - DAT (clone) - CDR - Flac
***see amendment text file included in this torrent folder.
notes from other torrent:
Soundboard recording, a bit faint in spots, and a few cuts and mic drops here and there. Some of the instruments are faint, like the fiddle in "Orange Blossom Special", and the vocals are loud and raw. You may also see this as a Grateful Dead show or as "Jerry Garcia & Friends", depending on who the listener favors. Doug's out front singing and Jerry plays pedal steel for a good part of the night (see included photo). It does sound very Dead-like sometimes though, as you would imagine.
amended note for this torrent:
There seem to be two versions of this around (at least), with a few different tracks and the discs broken out differently.
THIS COPY was recieved as part of a large batch of Dead Dats that were supposedly from Dick Latvala's archive of shows that were NOT under consideration for the Dick's Picks series. Given out to close associates before his passing.
This version includes "Mr. Tambourine Man" as well as "Kentucky Waltz" and "Big Boss Man", so i believe its the MOST complete version in circulation.
tracking is left as was recieved ("roll over beethoven" etc. is actually a medley, as is the case with "shake a hand" which Doug just throws in a few lines from)
This version also seems clearer, less muffled (IMHO)...maybe there was a cass. gen. in the other lineage...I know at least 2 Deadhaeds that got this on Cass. shortly after i recieved my DAT and offered me a dub to CDR...
preserve and share!
Nov 7, 2010 5:53pm
Re: Charlie could use some Thanksgiving-day help - Please
I poked around (1st time ) and the site name is well chosen . I don't know those kids very well . I appreciate their work . Who doesn't ?
But they have always struck me as persnickety and territorial . I know not to f w/ their levels or cords or equipment of any kind . And to keep the yelling down . They are trying to record , ya know . It's not a show . It's a recording session .
So I don't know , or need to ( unless you need to share ) why your name is being bandied about there .
Of course , here on IA , rules of civility , proper decorum and the honor code are strictly observed . Go easy C .